The position of UEA on linguistic rights

Linguistic rights are vital to all peoples, whatever the size of their population. This right needs to be preserved especially for small groups. The Universal Esperanto Association (UEA) has been supporting minority languages for over 100 years.
The right of children to learn their mother tongue and continue their education using their mother tongue is not only important for their culture, it is essential for their psychological development.
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UEA, Linguistic Rights, and United Nations

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